Nothing planned today for the first time in eight days. So I am just going to clear off my desk. Schedule my education. Order next year's tax program. Get my rewards from Walgren's. Vote by mail. Pay bills. Write a defense of a ticket I received from a red light camera. Do an online AAA rewards for Mom. Work on the books of a client. Watch last night's episodes of The Good Wife and The Amazing Race. Pick up my drugs. Grocery shop. A normal day.
The Statue of Liberty is going to start having a different kind of day, moving on beyond the normal:
I am waiting anxiously to see the pictures.
I'm hoping I don't have the kind of day of the woman in the following article had:
I have a film given to me when I worked on the landing on the moon. I didn't know that was government property. I'm glad I know now because I was seriously thinking of selling it.
Speaking of valuable things do you have any Steuben Glass? I don't even know what it is so I think I'm fine.
"A further sign of health is that we don't become undone by fear and trembling, but we take it as a message that it's time to stop struggling and look directly at what's threatening us. " was authored by a Tibetan Buddhist teacher born by a different name than she was known by. She studied Buddhism in the French Alps and London, where she was ordained. She worked with Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche from 1974 until 1987. She was ordained in the Chinese lineage of Buddhism in 1981 in Hong Kong. Since 1984 she served as the director of Gampo Abbey in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. She has taught lectured widely and has written several books on meditation practice in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. She was born "around 1936". What do you think of THE WISDOM OF NO ESCAPE AND THE PATH OF LOVING KINDNESS? Answer that and you can tell me who authored today's quote.